Of all the great Broadway choreographers, the late Bob Fosse was perhaps the most distinctive. His style was immediately recognizable in shows like Chicago and Pippin and films like Cabaret and All That Jazz. One of the best interpreters of... View Article
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The Juilliard School in New York City is known as one of the best and most exclusive performing arts schools in the nation. Each year, they typically accept about 24 students into their dance program. This year, two of them... View Article
With a cast of more than 600 public school children, NDI New Mexico’s performance of Got Jazz, at Pojoaque High School, celebrated 20 years in the community. The Santa Fe New Mexican picked up the story: Every child wore a costume and a smile... View Article
Hear from LANB Universal Banker Candice Herrera. Candice attributes her workplace success to her experience with NDI New Mexico’s Outreach program as a child! … PLUS NDI New Mexico wins the Family Friendly Business Award, two employees embark on their... View Article
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New Mexico is the ancestral home for many Native Peoples for whom dance, song and ritual has always been a part of their heritage and cultures. These traditions instill respect for their histories, ancestors and the land. NDI New Mexico... View Article
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Samaritan Counseling Center of Albuquerque on Thursday announced the recipients of its 2016 New Mexico Ethics in Business Awards. Sharing the Jack and Donna Rust Award for Excellence in Ethical Business Practice by a For-Profit Business this... View Article
Originally written by Madeleine Nicklin When Laura Garrett was six, she was the wildest of the “Wild Things.” As one of Maurice Sendak’s unruly creatures in an NDI New Mexico end-of-year performance, she rolled her eyes, head, and body with the... View Article
Originally written by Michael Wade Simpson Every spring, NDI New Mexico has end-of-year shows starring hundreds of public-school kids in Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and Española, where Hugo Pizano once participated with his fourth-grade classmates from James H. Rodriguez Elementary School. For... View Article